Around the World in Eighty Days

Letto da: Gordon Griffin
Durata: 7 ore e 25 min
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The adventure begins in London on Tuesday, October 1st, 1872, when rich British gentleman Phileas Fogg gets in an argument with a group of friends. He enters a wager that sets him on a race to make it around the world in 80 days. Although the trip begins as planned with his valet Jean Passepartout, he is quickly mistaken as a bank robber by Scotland Yard detective Fix. Now being pursued on his journey, Fogg must quickly travel in order to win the wager, see the world, and avoid being apprehended for a crime he did not commit in the ultimate adventure story.

Public Domain (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Rune Krüger
  • 23/05/2019

Was expecting there to hot air balloon journey too

Most memerable moment is definitely the end tho the entire story has a great arc

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  • andrew
  • 04/01/2020

Sadly disappointed,

This book could not grip me, I struggled to maintain interest.
I knew the story as would anyone who grew up in my day, plus Palin did his version. So I was looking forward to this.

It as anyone will know is a classic and was on my bucket list of books. I always firstly let down by the speed the characters disappeared through Europe. Then the rest of the book was like a travel document. Which in its way was fascinating, the description of crafts, people and places was excellent. Looking back to the days before TV or Internet, this must have been amazing.